A play in three acts. Act I: Two women named Roberta exchange pleasantries. Act II: Carl and Adam discuss Marmot importation. Act III: Pat Robertson has a secret desire. Topics: vlog, remix, computer voice
http://AskTheTechies.com In this video, Nathan Galieti explains how to use Microsoft's Remote Desktop software to remotely connect to a Windows computer from another Windows or even Macintosh computer. With this software you can visually interact with the remote computer the same way you would if you were there: just click on icons, print to your localprinter, send e-mails, & copy files. Remote Desktop is a great way to connect to that home computer while you are on the road or, since you... Topics: windows, security, vnc, computer, network
If you are researching the Computer Hardware Equipment industry, this video demonstrates seven different databases to use when researching this industry. Topics: business research, computer industry, business research tv
http://AskTheTechies.com Brandon fights for Firefox while D.Lee Beard fights for Opera. Which is the better browser? Brandon and D.Lee compare features to help you decide. Be sure to watch the credits ;-). (32min 42sec) Topics: mac, windows, computer, firefox, opera, humor
Nathan Galieti explains SSH and how it can make your web browsing more secure by tunneling through your home computer. Both Mac OS X (*nix) and Windows directions are explained. (please excuse the poor audio quality on this episode as we ran into some technical difficulty and did not have time to reshoot the topic. It is our opinion that the hosts are still understandable and that this is still informative). Topics: ssh, computer, security, web browsing, mac, windows
AskTheTechies.com In this video, D.Lee Beard demonstrates some equipment and strategies for reducing computer use related injuries. Reviewed in this video are the Evoluent vertical mouse, the Kinesis keyboard, and the NeutralPosture N·hancement keyboard and mouse tray. (17min 00sec Host: D.Lee Beard Have a comment/question? Send us an e-mail at AskTheTechies@gmail.com. Topics: computer, mac, windows, ergonomic, disability, handicap, safety
Outdated technology doesn't have to end up in a landfill. So when it's time to upgrade your hardware or replace your ink and toner, count on Staples to recycle it responsibly — and make it easy. Bring in your old office technology products to your local Staples and we'll responsibly and securely recycle them at no cost to you — any brand, any condition, even if you purchased it somewhere else. See the chart below for accepted technology products. For more information see... Topics: news&information, talk&interview, recycling, electronics recycling, staples, computer...
Comrade Cannonfodder Reviews: Total Annihilation. It's all in the title baby! But still, to summarise, it's about the Real Time Strategy game Total Annihilation for the PC. Made by Chris Taylor. Topics: comrade, cannonfodder, review, total, annihilation, rts, strategy, computer, games
AskTheTechies.com More viewer questions are answered. What makes pro video look good; D.Lee and Brandon give you some tips on how to shoot better quality video including some funny special effects. Have a web page to fix that someone else created? Would it be easier to just tweak it or just give up and start over from scratch? We help you decide. (18min 42sec) Hosts: D.Lee Beard & Brandon Jackson Have a comment/question? Send us an e-mail at AskTheTechies@gmail.com. Topics: video, camcorder, tips, how-to, web page creation, mac, computer
In this episode, D.Lee Beard announces the independence of Ask the Techies as a private company. D.Lee also goes on a viewer question marathon answering questions on: creating a web site including domain registration and hosting; how to format a hard drive for Mac System 8; suggestions for video telephoning; is Windows Vista bad; is Mac OS X more secure; viewing magazines online; and he shares viewer comments on previous episodes including leopard and a solution for a wireless USB hub for Mac.... Topics: computer, mac, vista, windows, anti-virus, virus, tech, leopard
AskTheTechies.com Episode 51 is a complete video recording of D.Lee Beard's presentation, "Podcasting the Next Frontier", at the SEOCATS Spring Conference in March 2007. In this video, D.Lee explains what podcasting is by comparing podcasting with magazine subscriptions (as opposed to books). He spends a great deal of time explaining how podcasting can enhance education, increase enrollment and involvement. He also points out the similarities between the television revolution in the... Topics: podcasting, television, movies, revolution, computer, broadcast, seocats, education, university
In this video, D.Lee Beard demonstrates some equipment and strategies for reducing computer use related injuries. Reviewed in this video are the Evoluent vertical mouse, the Kinesis keyboard, and the NeutralPosture N·hancement keyboard and mouse tray. (17min 00sec) Hosts: D.Lee Beard Topics: mac, windows, ergonomic, disability, rsi, computer, mouse, keyboard
Safer Internet Day in Canada: protect your children by educating yourself about the Internet. Making sure you buy the right surge protection. Topics: technology, surge protection, computer, linux, ubuntu, hardware, safety, warranty
Brandon Jackson joins D.Lee Beard to discuss his trip to the 2007 Podcast and New Media Expo in Ontario, California. While there, D.Lee videotaped some viewer questions on removing pops and clicks in audio, video editing Linux, and are cookies safe for your computer to eat? D.Lee and Brandon answer these questions and also share some of their experiences in american airports. (24min 53sec) Hosts: D.Lee Beard, Brandon Jackson Camerawork: Cody Moore, D.Lee Beard Become a "Techie"... Topics: podcast, vodcast, expo, cookies, video editing, linux, mac, computer, windows
D.Lee Beard talks about why the iPad is a game changer, the iPad marks the death of the computer mouse, creates a comfortable user interface for reading e-books, and creates a potential for revolutionizing education with speedy multimedia books and internet access all wrapped into one device that sells for less than 00. Topics: education, e-books, ipad, ipod, computer mouse, apple
http://AskTheTechies.com In this episode, Brandon Jackson shows how to merge two images with the Photoshop gradient tool to create a banner montage. Doug Grammar joins D.Lee Beard again, this time to explain spyware, adware, and keylogging. They explain what these threats to your privacy & computer speed are as well as how to prevent and get rid of them. Speaking of security, Jason Rybicki shows one way to tell if your privacy is being compromised on a Mac using a free widget. (30min 02sec)... Topics: spyware, adware, computer, security, mac, windows, photoshop, adobe
In response to viewer questions, D.Lee Beard explains how to subscribe and view the two versions of Ask the Techies via iTunes and the Democracy Player & explains which version you should be subscribing to. Is someone secretly and remotely watching what you are doing on your computer without your knowledge? This can easily happen on public computers. D.Lee shows you how someone can watch what is happening on another computer or computers using VNC or Apple Remote Desktop software without... Topics: apple, mac, windows, vnc, network, computer, miro, democracy player
http://AskTheTechies.com In this video, the techies show how to find high quality free photos (i.e., "stock photos") online for use in such things as PowerPoint presentations. Stop using MS clip art and make your presentations look great! Doug Grammar joins the techies to explain how to tell if you have a computer virus, what to do if you do have an infection, and do Mac Users have to worry about computer viruses. Want to speed up your Windows computer on start up? Jason Rybicki... Topics: computer, virus, stock photos, msconfig, windows, mac, security
Chris Keesey of Ohio University joins host D.Lee Beard in explaining the popular online 3-D world known as Second Life. They explain what Second Life is, some of the basic terminology, how to get onto Second Life, what is in Second Life that makes it special (including a visit to Babylon 5), how to move around and navigate within this 3-D world, how to communicate with others, and more as they walk you through a personalized demo of Second Life. There was so much to cover that the techies made... Topics: computer, 3-d, second life, ohio, university, orientation, introduction, demo
In this video, Tim Welsh and D.Lee Beard explan the basics of iWeb for creating ePortfolios. Nathan Galieti and Jason Rybicki explain the basics of networking hardware. Special thanks to Radio Shack of Athens for lending us some equipment for the network hardware segment! (29min 02sec) Topics: mac, web page creation, iweb, ilife 06, computer
AskTheTechies.com In this video, Tim Welsh and D.Lee Beard explain advanced features of iWeb for creating ePortfolios. Nathan Galieti and Jason Rybicki explain how to set up a home wireless network. D.Lee Beard explains how to encrypt files and folders with AES 128-bit encryption for free on a USB Flash Drive that can be decrypted and encrypted regardless of Operating System including Windows, Mac, Linux, and even Solaris! Cross platform file encryption made easy and cheap!(36min 17sec) Hosts:... Topics: computer, web page creation, mac, security, wireless, windows, linux
AskTheTechies.com In this video, D.Lee offers suggestions on how to do credible research on the internet from Wikipedia and Citizendium to university library resources. E-mail etiquette is sorely lacking these days, and D.Lee gives you some tips on how to avoid being rude. Computer security is always a concern, and D.Lee offers some tips regarding you anonymity (or lack thereof) , some tips for working with USB flash drives, and more. Viewer questions are also answered on using Rosetta for the... Topics: e-mail, etiquette, shockwave, rosetta, mac, security, computer, usb microphone
D.Lee explains how to add chapter markers to your videos, how to change the icon sizes, and how to print out a proof sheet of your videos for a specific event. Topics: tutorial, how-to, technology, mac, computer, imovie 09
In this video, Tim Welsh and D.Lee Beard explan the basics of iWeb for creating ePortfolios. Want to know how to simply create a web page and an entire web site? -- then this is the video for you. Nathan Galieti and Jason Rybicki explain the basics of networking hardware. Special thanks to Radio Shack of Athens for lending us some equipment for the network hardware segment! (29min 02sec) Hosts: D.Lee Beard, Tim Welsh, Nathan Galieti & Jason Rybicki Have a comment/question? Send us an e-mail... Topics: web page creation, computer, mac, network, hardware, iweb, wireless
Is Leopard the new Vista? Should you upgrade now or wait? In this episode, Brandon and D.Lee present the last part (3) of their Mac OS X Leopard review. Among the topics discussed are Parental Controls, Safari 3 features, the ever changing dock icons, PhotoBooth video, improvements to Preview, spaces, guest account, and more. 40min 50sec. http://AsktheTechies.com Topics: mac, os x, leopard, 10.5, computer, tech, review
http://www.AskDoctorJo.com Doctor Jo shows you some great tips to get you in good posture when you are working on your computer. Many times people will get neck, back, or leg pain when on the computer for awhile. Getting in the proper position will help you feel better. Bad posture while working on the computer all day long can cause all sorts of pain and problems. Even though it might feel weird and uncomfortable at first, there are some easy changes you can make to get you in the correct... Topics: health&wellness, correct posture, posture, how to correct posture, the correct posture, posture...
The original video that we're responding to can be found on YouTube under the name Facebook Parenting: For the Troubled Teen. Topics: parenting, troubled, trouble, teen, dad, shoots, labtop, laptop, computer, dad shoots computer, dad...
Like Autism Live on Facebook at http://facebook.com/autismlive Ashley Colis shares important info on cyber safety for children on the spectrum. Are you kids safe on line? Do you know how to ensure that your child won't accidently reveal their location or private information on line? Are you guarded against expensive "in app purchases"? You won't want to miss Ashley's advice on how to insure their safety. Autism Live is a production of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders... Topics: autism treatment, card, autism live, autism speaks network, compassion in action, ashley colis,...
Due to recently being hacked, I am going to show you in this video how to check your computer for vulnerabilities and how to keep it secure. Topics: security, safety, online, computer, hackers, protection, firewall, antivirus, scan, gfi, lan,...
With April Fools day just around the corner, this video shows you some easy pranks that you can pull from your computer. Topics: prank, april, first, fools, gag, funny, tricks, computer, anonymous, fake, poop, tips, tutorial,...
In this episode, we will learn how to create a multi-webcam surveillance system using free software. Topics: diy, home, security, protection, free, webcam, internet, computer, video, monitoring, tips, tricks,...
Established in 2009, Newton's HEAD is is the BEST place to sell your Apple electronics. They pay the most money, get the money to you fastest, and have industry leading customer service! Their pricing engine that studies supply & demand variables so that we can offer you the very most that your product is worth. Newton's Head also offers price matching. Find out more at http://newtonshead.com Topics: news&information, talk&interview, computer recycle, sell iphone, sell macbook, iphone buy...
In this video, Tim Welsh and D.Lee Beard explain advanced features of iWeb for creating ePortfolios. Nathan Galieti and Jason Rybicki explain how to set up a home wireless network. D.Lee Beard explains how to encrypt files and folders with AES 128-bit encryption for free on a USB Flash Drive that can be decrypted and encrypted regardless of Operating System including Windows, Mac, Linux, and even Solaris! Cross-platform file encryption made easy and cheap!(36min 17sec) Hosts: D.Lee Beard, Tim... Topics: mac, pc, linux, file encryption, iweb, ilife 06, wireless network, computer
In this video, Ask the Techies explain: •How to insert video into a PowerPoint presentation on both Macs and PCs and how to avoid cross-platform snags. •Using Photoshop’s extraction tool to extract a face out of one document and insert into another. •Gettings songs onto an iPod including using the iTunes music store and digital rights management. Hosts: D.Lee Beard , Brandon Jackson, Tim Welsh (27min 58sec) Go to your e-mail program and send us an e-mail. We need to hear from all of... Topics: mac, windows, computer, adobe, photoshop, apple, itunes, ipod, video, powerpoint, microsoft
At HP's Connecting Your World event in Berlin, Germany, we talked with John Cook, VP of marketing for HP's Consumer PC group. He gave us a hands-on first look at the beautiful new HP TouchSmart PC. Topics: technology, gear live, andru edwards, hp, touchsmart, multitouch, chris cardinal, desktop, computer
Bennett Beer of Computer Expressions shows off a large collection of cute accessories for iPods, dog-shaped webcams, and a splash proof music holder. Some neat products, and things that you'll definitely see at Target as they're all definitely low-cost. Oh, and they served us fresh squeezed orange juice. So that was nice. Topics: technology, ces, ces2007, ces 2007, interviews, ipod, webcams, cute, computer expressions
Play, use and backup your apps to your PC using the Bluestacks android emulator. This video shows you how to set up and use it as well as some simple hacks to get the most out of Bluestacks. Topics: tips, tricks, tutorial, tinkernut, help, computer, technology, android, smartphone, apps, play, pc,...
This is Tyler, an accomplished computer hacker,granted this moment in time to make a wrong into a right. He has been given this chance not by luck but by sheer desire. For when your consequences are chasing you, your actions are defined. And well good deeds are rewarded...and... bad deeds... Tylers choices have sent him down an alley of no regrets. This is 20 Dollar... Topics: drama, hacker, computer hacker, hacktivist, hack, anonymous, drama, science fiction, sci fi, scifi,...
Robbie and Hillary go a little over-time with a realtime installation of the Thermaltake Water 2.0 liquid cooling system in place of a stock CPU fan. Topics: technology, thermaltake, lcs, liquid cooling, all-in-one, waterblock, computer, cpu, coolant, fan,...